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A series of streamed interviews to some members of the live coding community who will perform and share their methods of creation.
Featuring a wide range of live coding possibilities reflected on musical practices as contrasting as the technical tools creating them. Ranging from electrical noise to algorithmic pattern melodies this concert will take us to that space when patch programming and high-level abstractions are used for real-time human-machine interaction using code for performing arts.
The from scratch technique consists of playing live for 9 minutes starting from an empty screen. In this way, it allows to visualize the high or low level of the languages (try to play from scratch using, for example, Tidal, SuperCollider or Csound), making transparent the tools (classes, functions, data structures, etc.) that allow the livecoder to carry out the different musical tasks within the performance. These sessions seek to take advantage of the empty screen restriction and the 9 minutes to explore new possibilities.
AlgoAlgo is an informal concert for a standing, wiggling or even dancing audience for everything that's not experimental enough for "algo experimental" but fits a concert setting better than a club setting. Algorithmic pop music, generative singer-songwriter, you name it.
A place to share tools, methodologies and anything related to live coding
To gather energy for the Algorave, we'll be ordering a delicous vegetarian Tajine from the Moroccan restaurant around the corner (shared expenses, arund 10€ each -- exact cost TBD).
An algorave (from an algorithm and rave) is an event where people dance to music performed with and generated by algorithms, mostly through live coding but occasionally other approaches to generative music